Team Wins Girls' Volley Ball Championship From Freshmen
LOST Between Boyd lmll nnd Wolf.
Wile nnd Company, a yellow-gol- d
Finder plcnac cnll
Hnzcll Bell, 400,1.
HOCKEY MATCH IS
WON BY SOPHS
Woman's Athletic Association
Works Out Permanent System of Awards ; Dances
(By Martha Reed)
On Tuesday nftornoon
woman's gymnasium the
won over the freshvolley lmll team
man squad in a five same set. Excitement ran high; the impact of
ball and hand minded with the swish
of the net nnd above it all the squeals
could be heard. "Ready?"
"Serve hit it there!" "Hey you!"
" (no that blank docs not
otnnd for the cuss word you may be
thinking of; it merely signifies disappointed silence as the ball came
down in the wrong court).
The first game of the set went to
and the second waf
the prize of the yearlings. The third
by the upper classcontest was Won
men but the
took the fourth game of the scries
Enthusiasm did not ebb till the
final whistle nnd good sportsmanThe
ship was master of ceremonios.
junior-senigirls were victors of the
afternoon by n count of
two tenms are as follows:
Junior-SeniElsyc Bartlcy (captain), Betty Hefferman, Mnblc Hill,
Prewitt Evans, Martha Reed, Robert
Lee Beck, Olive Rose Williams,
Morrison, Catherine Coliff.
Freshman Mary Alexander O'Hara
(captain), Anna Mae Stamper,
Mason, Louetta Greens, Mary
Adcr, Dorothy Partch.
The following girls were selected
for the Sophomore
Beggs, Muriel Hincks, Nell Pulliam.
Mary Kate Bledsoe, Georgia Alexander, Frances Osborno, Virginia
Students this is our
Christmas Gift to
THIS COUPON AND
ONE PAID ADMISSION
Entitles Holder to
Friday or Saturday
18 or 19
.ophomorc tied ..ni .
and in the second c
,cst won from them by a
ihe third game was a
classmen nnd the final combat was n
liophomorc victory by
"Daddy" Boles, Who Has Them
On the whole the 11)25 hockey seaIn Charge, Expects to Make
son was n successful one and it
Heavy Cut at End of
hoped thnUnext year more girls will
akc nn interest in this sport.
The Woman's Athletic Association
.ias worked out a permanent system
or Kentucky's athletic women.
.otnl of 1,000 points is necessary be- orc receiving the standard K. Any
riirl who receives 500 points in the
.arious sports will be awarded a numeral. For members of the present
unior class to whom a letter would
oe impossible under the new system
j total of 250 points this year is necessary for the winning of a K. A
jum of 175 points entitles a 1925 grad
uate to a numeral. A present junior
iiay receive a letter for 500 points and
a numeral for 250.
There will bo an annual high award
4'ivcn to the best
jf the year. The selection for this
honor will bo based on personality,
80 ASPIRE FOR PLACES
(Hy Frank Smith)
Since no one has been selected a
yet to coach the freshmen basketeern
"Daddy Boles" is having quite a time
trying to find out who's who among
his 80 aspirants. Ho has announced,
however, that the squad will be cut
down to 50 men by the end of the
With such a cut in sight, he
will be able to get a better opinion
of just what kind of material he has.
Fans are looking forward to another successful season for the Kittens and with the material on hand,
there is no doubt that we will have
ability and scholarship. Tho members Union, Bowling Green Business Coluiu executive council of the nssocia-olege, Wealoyan and the Centre and
will act as judges in the matter Georgetown frosh have boen arranged.
ad the trophy will be presented at
the annual commencement
Immediately after Christmas holidays the W. A. A. basketball season
will open. Eleanor Ballentine has
been selected as manager-in-chie- f
Class games will be played first and
series will bo
At a meeting of the advanced
course men of the R. O. T. C. at
Dicker hall Monday night, 11 men
were chosen to make up the Honor
Court which is a constituent part of
the Honor System. The men chosen
were: J. A. Dabney, R. C. Williamson,
H. L. Woods, Jr., H. H. Grooms, E.
B. Bullock, E. P. Morris, F. P. Derrick, J. A. Warren, Jr., W. F. Sherwood, W. A. Harbold, W. D. DeHaven,
C. F. Heidrick and R. F. Adams.
This selection will be presented to
President McVey for approval.
In case of necessity ono of theso
men will be chosen to act as Judgo
Advocate, and another to act as counsel for the defense. Trial will be in
the form of the Summary Court
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"A Good Job," He Says
The Record Of A Great Grade Hohtein
This wonderful cow was bred and fed by Paul Moritz
of West Bend. Wis. In our big herd at the recent National
Dairy Show she won the championship for grade Holstcins
and first prize for' cow over four years.
duys was 11,904 pounds of milk
Molly's record for
and 57 1.9 pounds buttcrfat. The cost of her feed w,as only
$0,3. 17 and after paying for the feed Mr. Moritz had a
profit of $171.01.
After the show this cow was sold for $ji5.co. a record
W,.r .rilUr nnrl hnffpr rcrnril lind also
the price she brought show that she was well bred and
This cow and the 06 others in our herd were all fed on a
ration balanced with Corn Gluten Feed. Their records
prove that the largest profits in the milk business arc due
to good breeding and Corn Gluten Feed.
Feed Corn Gluten Feed with your home grown rutions
for dairy cows for beef cattle for hogs. Tell us wliat
materials you are feddingand we will suggest a good ration
If you prefer to feed a ready mixed feed be sure to buy
from a manufacturer who uses Com Gluten Feed us an
It tells ail'the facts about Th
Write for Bulletin No. 3.
Champion Herd of Grade Cow and gives the record of each
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S FOUNTAIN PEN
After the holidays W. A. A. plans
irties and a series of hikes. Girl3
e requested to bring their skater
ck after Christmas in order to take
- irt in the skating parties which will
by the associatior
hroughout the remainder of the year.
MAXWELL AND LIME
The decision of the Honor Court
does not include a sentence, but its
verdict either of guilty or not guilty
Student's Barber Shop
Company B Miss Dorothy Chapill bo p; fronted to the president of
univ. sity for approval. In case man, of Uniontown, Ky.
of npproval the offending member of
Company C Miss Helen James, of
the advanced course will be dismissed Bcrca, Ky.
E Miss Mnrgaret Elliott, of Iincaster, Ky.
Company F Miss Madge Reynolds,
girls have been of Company G-Ky.Miss Thclma Snyder,
elected to serve as R, O. T. C. company sponsors for the present school of Newport, Ky.
With the exceptions of Miss Synder
year, with the honorary title of
and Miss James who are members
of the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority,
Company A Miss Lucilo Short, of all the sponsors are cither Chi Omegas
or Chi Omega pledges.
another championship team.
Tentative games with Louisville
held. The Womans
athletic Association is especially
anxious that the girls of the university
cake part in the basketball games.
There will be second teams for
those who do not make the. first
string. Help 'us put basketball
Volley ball games were played
over and it w)il help you. A manthroughout tho week and the finals
ager will be selected from each
for class championship' will be held
sorority to meet with the
at an early date.
and work out a definite program of practice and a
class won the
series of game.
hockey championship by defeating the
This year, for the first timo in the
on Stoll Hold last history of the University of Kentucky,
Thursday. In the first game of the girls rules will be employed
basketball. The two division court
and straight guarding will be UBed
and each team will consist of six
players. Practice will start for class
basketball on Tuesday, January 5, at
Greek letter chapters are again
sked to remember the W. A. A.
ophy to be given to the organization
oceiving the greatest
.oints during the year.
Dance will be held
on Tuesday evening, December 22. At
this important social function you will
want to look your best. Our expert
barbers will assist you in your preparations for this event.
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